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BANKRUPTCY.

Ackroyd, Exp. D. & C. 21 Attorney and Solicitor, 1

Arnsby, Exp. D. & C. 10 Supersedeas, 9

Ashby, Exp. M. & A. 82 Mortgage, 4

Bardevell, Exp. M. & A. 193, 200 .. Commitment; Costs, 1; Practice,

19, 20, 21, 22

Belcher, Exp. D. & C. 87 Practice, 28 ; Proof, 7

Binns, Exp. D. & C. 189 Practice, 15

Bolton, Exp. M. & A. 60 Proof, 2

Britten, Exp. D. & C. 35 Practice, 25; Proof, 6

Bull, Exp. D. & C. 126 Attorney and Solicitor, 2

Burnell, Exp. M. & A. 38 Costs, 4

Carter, Exp. M. & A. 115; D. & C. 106 .. .. Certificate; Fiat, 1 Clegg, Exp. M. Sc A. 91 .. .. .. .. .. .. Injunction

Cocks, Exp. D. & C. 9 Mortgage, 1

Cooks, Exp. D. & C. 24 Petition

Copeland, Exp. D. & C. 199 .. Lien, 1

Cotton, Exp. D. & C. 194 Proof, 1

Cox, Exp. D. & C. 11 Practice, 17

Croker, Exp. D. & C. 9 Supersedeas, 10

Crouch, Exp. D. & C. 17 .. .. Money lost at Play; Practice, 14

Cunningham, Exp. D. & C. 57, 71 .. .. Proof, 7; Practice, 26, 27

Davis, Exp. M. & A. 89 Mortgage, 5

Dawson, Exp. D. & C. 12 Separate Creditors

Farden, Exp. M. & A. 219 .. .. Practice, 2

Farley, Exp. D. & C. 110 Attorney and Solicitor, 3

Fuller, Exp. M. & A. 222 Proof, 3

Gough, Exp. D. & C. 189 Wages, 2

Grazebrook, Exp. D. & C. 199 .. , Practice, 11

Greenwood, Exp. M. & A. 66 Practice, 7, 8,9

Hall, Exp, M. & A. 54 Supersedeas, 1

Hancock, Exp. M. & A. 220 Practice, 3

Harding, Exp. M. & A. 115 Practice, 5

Hawley, Exp. D. & C. 234 Special Case

Hehir, Exp. D. & C. 107 Fiat, 2

Humphreys, Exp. D. & C. 114 Wages, 1

In the matter of Brecknell, M. & A. 80 Supersedeas, 4

Leader, M. & A. 244 Supersedeas, a

Remington and Stevenson, D. & C. 24 .. .. Trust

Sampson and Reece, D. & C. 98 .. .. Supersedeas, 8 la the matter of Sandys, D.& C. 34 Practice, 16

Skinner, IU. & A. 81 .. .. .. Assignees, 3

Keys, Exp. M. & A. 236 .. ..' Supersedeas, 12

Kilsby, Exp. D. & C. 19 .. .. .. .. .. .. Commission.

Knowlson, Exp. L\ & C. 191 .. .. .. .. .. Supersedeas, 7

Labrey, Exp. D. & C. 32 .. .." Practice, 29

Lampon, Exp. M. & A. 245 Practice, 4

Leathes, Exp. D. & C. 112 Mortgage, 2

Lewis, Exp. D. & C. 198 Practice, 12

Low, Exp. M. & A. 189 Appeal

Lucas, Exp. D. & C. 144 .. .. .. .. Specific Performance

Marshall, Exp. D. & C.120 Proof, 8

Maude, Exp. M. & A. 46 Fiat, 3

Medley, Exp. M. & A. 79' Supersedeas, 3

Millington, Exp. M. & A. 114 .. .. Costs, 6

Milner, Exp. D. & C. 236 Assignees, 1

Monk, Exp. D. & C. 233 Practice, 30

Morgan v. Rhodes, M. & A. 214 .. .. Lease

Mucklow, Exp. D. & C. 25 .. .. Practice, 23; Supersedeas, 11, 24

Notley, Exp. M. & A. 46 Petitioning Creditor

Parker, Exp. D. & C. 112 Supersedeas, 6

Pownall, Exp. M. & A. 116 Practice, 1

Prescott, Exp. D. & C. 218 Lien, 2

Price, Exp. M. & A. 51 Costs, 2

Eeay, Exp. D. & C. 175 Proof, 4

Robinson v. Carrington, M. & A. 1 .. .. .. Act of Bankruptcy

Exp. D. & C. 103; M. & A. 18 .. Mortgage, 3; Partner

Sheppard, Exp. D. & C. 190 Practice, 10

Shute, Exp. D.&C.l Proof, 5

Smith, Exp. D. & C. 101; M. & A. 78 .. Practice, 18; Supersedeas, 2 Solomons, Exp. D. & C. 77 Proof, 7

Tanner, Exp. D. & C. 10 Attorney and Solicitor, 4

Thomas, Exp. D. & C. 234 Surrender

Tiplady, Exp. M. & A. 184 .. .. Assignees, 2

Todd, Exp. D. & C. 57 Practice, 13

Tun, Exp. M. & A. 225 :. .. Costs, 5; Practice, 6

Turner v. Hibbert, M. & A. 243 ., Costs, 7

Waterhouse, Exp. D. & C. 108 .. ..' ... /I'" Costs, 3

Williams, Exp. D. & C. 103 Attorney and Solicitor, 5

Willment, Exp. M. & A. 45 . .' Messenger

Winnall, Exp. D. & C. 22 Assignees, 4

Wylie, Exp. D. & C. 82 Proof, 7 ECCLESIASTICAL.

Bishop of Ely v. Gibbons, Hag. 156 Practice, 4

Bowles v. Harrey, Hag. 241 .. .. .. .. Inventory and Account, 1

Barton v. Collingwood, Hag. 176 Will, 2 ,

Elsden v. Elsden, Hag. 183 .. .. Will, 11

Greenwood v. Greaves, Hag. 77 .. Church Piate, 3

Gellow v. Bourne, Hag. 192 Will, 12

Grindall v. Grindall, Hag. 1, 10 Will, 8; Practice, 1

Haward v. Wilson, Hag. 107 Will, 10

Hattett v. Hattett, Hag. Ill Will, 9

Higgins v. Higgins, Hag. 242 Inventory and Account, 2

Hughes v. Turner, Hag. 30, 52 .. Power; Will, 1

In the goods of Mary Reeton, Hag. 209 .. Will, 4

Eliza Elderton, Hag. 210 .. .. .. Administration, 1

A. Johnston, Hag. 182 .. .. .. Administration, 2

Catherine Noel, Hag. 207 .. .. Husband and Wife

B. J. Ward, Hag. 179 Will, 3

Kenrick v. Kenrick, Hag. 114 Adultery

Lambert v. Weall, Hag. 96, 102 .. .. Church Rate, 7; Poor Rate

Neeld v. Neeld, Hag. 363 Cruelty, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Neil v. Neil, Hag. 273 .'. .'. .. .. .. .. Alimony

Owen v. Owen, Hag. 261 Divorce

Rich v. Bushnell, Hag. 164, 170, 172 .. Rector, 1, 2; Vicar, 1, 2,

Rutherford v. Maule, Hag. 213, 224, 238, 326 .. Will, 5, 7, 13; Pedigree

Sampson v. Sampson, Hag. 283 .. .. .. ,. .. Practice, 3

Smith v. Keates, Hag. 275 Church Rate, 4, 5 6

Smyth v. Smyth, Hag. 72 Stamp

Swift v. Swift, Hag. 139, 144, 243 .. .'. Pleading, 1,2; Practice, 2

Tudor v. Tudor, Hag. 199 n t Will, 6

Wargent v. Hollings, Hag. 247, 346 Will, 14; Appeal

Watney v. Lambert, Hag. 184 Church Rate, 2

PRIVY COUNCIL.

Bank of Bengal, App., East India Company, Resp. K, 245 .. Promissory Notes of

East India Company

Case of the Army of the Deccan, K. 103 Prize Money

Gopee Mohun Takoor, App,, Rajah Radhanal, Resp K. 228 .. Zemindar, 1,2 Gordon, App., Moohummed Khan, Resp. K. 225 .. Limitations, Statute of

In re Tupper, K. 201 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Appeal

Le Gros, App., Le Breton, Resp. K. 181 .. .. Royal Court of Jersey

Pownall, App., Mascall, Resp. K. 161 .. .. .. Bill of Exceptions

Raja Haimun Chull Sing, App., Koomer GimsheatnSing, Resp. K. 203. .Adoption

Smith, App., Ure, Resp. K. 188 Partnership ABSTRACT OF PUBLIC GENERAL STATUTES.

4 Will. IV.—(continued.)

Cap. 13.—An Act to repeal so much of an Act of the last Session of Parliament, for the Prevention of Smuggling, as authorizes Magistrates to sentence Persons convicted of certain offences to serve his Majesty in his Naval Service, and to alter and amend the said Act. [22d May, 1834.]

S. 1. Repeals so much of the 3 & 4 Will. 4, c. 53, as authorizes and requires justices of the peace to order persons convicted of certain offences therein mentioned to be sent into the naval service for five years; and also so much of the said act as imposes certain pecuniary penalties for offences hereinafter next mentioned.

S. 2. Persons found to have been on board vessels liable to forfeiture under any act relating to the customs for having on board goods subjecting such vessels to forfeiture; and all persons assembled to the number of three or more for the purpose of running spirits, tobacco, tea, or silk (such tea or silk being of the value of £20 or more) or procuri.ig persons to assemble for the purpose of running any prohibited goods; or obstructing officers or others employed for the prevention of smuggling; shall, on being convicted before any two justices, be sent to the House of Correction, to hard labour, for not less than six months for the first offence, nine for the second, and twelve for the third or any subsequent offence.

S. 3. Justices having limited jurisdiction, where there is no House of Correction, may commit to some other House of Correction near to the place of conviction.

S. 4. Where persons have been already convicted for any offence not being one of those before mentioned, and for which a penalty has been inflicted under any Customs' Act, the justices may, in default of payment, order imprisonment for the first offence for not less than six nor more than nine months, or, if there has been a former conviction, for not more than twelve months.

S. 5. Where the offender is a female, or from age or sickness incapable of hard labour, the justices may order imprisonment only; provided that the cause of mitigation be stated in the warrant of commitment.

S. 6. Where a person is committed for any offence against the Customs' Acts, to imprisonment and hard labour, and it appears during the imprisonment, that the offender has been before convicted of a similar offence, the justices may extend the term of imprisonment, and amend the warrant of commitment accordingly.

S. 7. Amended warrant need not refer to former conviction.

S. 8. Power given to justices by the said act to mitigate penalties, shall be limited to convictions for a first offence.

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